October 17, 1962 ~ June 26, 2019

Born in: Burlington, New Jersey
Resided in: Lakewood, Colorado

Cynthia Lorraine Bird, 56, of Lakewood, Colorado passed away on June 26, 2019. Born on October 17, 1962 in Burlington, New Jersey, daughter to John and Elizabeth Myers.

Cynthia worked in customer service at Sears for 7 years and Kohls for another 11 years. In her free time Cynthia enjoyed swimming, coloring, and dancing. She was happiest when she was able to make home cooked meals and spend time with her beloved family and friends . Her favorite color was purple and was delighted by dolphins.

Cynthia is survived by her daughters, Danielle (Frank) Podrasky, and Linette Bird; Grandchildren, Christina Perkins, and Kyle Podrasky, Great-Grandson, Xavier Bobian-Podrasky, and Brothers, John Myers, Joseph Myers, and Robert Myers.

A Visitation honoring Cynthia’s life will be held on July 3, 2019, 9:30 am at Horan & McConaty Funeral Home, 3101 South Wadsworth Boulevard Lakewood, Colorado 80227.

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Visitation: July 3, 2019 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Horan & McConaty - SW Denver/Lakewood
3101 S. Wadsworth Blvd.
Lakewood, CO 80227


Room: Stateroom 1

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  1. Cindy and I were friends for years and I will sure miss her immensely. Her family was always her number one priority. I’ll always remember hanging out at the pool with Cindy and her granddaughter. Cindy and I had many fun times together going to eat and sing karaoke and just having fun. I love you, my friend, and I will cherish all our times together.

  2. I’m sorry that I never got to meet you Cindy, but you raised one amazing daughter (I know they both must be). But knowing Linette the last several years has been a blessing. I’m sad that your girls and grand babies will no longer have you physically, but I know you are with them ALWAYS. I pray for peace and comfort to all who have been affected by your passing. God bless you always.

    • May God bless and give strength and love to your family and may you rest in peace Cindy. My deepest condolences to you Linette and all your family. Love always

  3. My husband Josh and I are friends of Linette. Although we did not know Cindy well we want to send our deepest sympathies to Linette and her family. There are many people that love and care for your family. We will be praying for you. With love, Sierra

  4. I have been friends with Cindy since we were little. I loved writing back and forth with each other since she moved out of New Jersey. Talking late at night on the phone. Exchanging many pictures of our children. Praying for her and her family. I will miss you and will remember the good times we had.

  5. RIP Cindy, I’ll always remember going to your house then living across the street from your family our mothers were good friends, we even stayed 9 days with your family in October of 1970 when my brother was born,there and so many memories I’ll hold close in my heart.loving thoughts and prayers are with your children,grandchildren, brothers and all your family and friends. Rae Lynn Romani and the Rosario family

  6. I know your times on earth was cut a lot shorter than you wanted, and as you leave behind your family and friends to celebrate your life. I know they are not there for your big celebration of earning your wings today. But, you have your parents, family and friends in heaven to celebrate with you. Now you can catch up on time missed and watch over your family and friends on earth. God Bless you, and your loved ones. RIP

  7. Cindy was and still is My BEST FRIEND and Honorary Sister for 12 yrs. Within those years we crammed in so much quality that there’s not enough words. She put her family always first and then friends, she truly unconditionally loved us all. For the many whose lives she touchef is a testament of the respect & love given back to her. All the times we were together I don’t think a subject ever went undiscussed no matter the content. We accepted each other, including flaws. I will miss you here on earth my friend, never forget you and will see you again someday on the other side. R.I.P

  8. I haven’t seen you in a long time but your daughter Danielle is the best person I’ve ever known. Thank you so much for bringing her into this world. Rest In Peace Cindy, and once again, thank you.

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